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2018-10-29 ISS Sighting

SpotTheStation - Sightings for Marysville - Tue, 10/16/2018 - 01:34
Date: Monday Oct 29, 2018
Time: 6:18 AM
Duration: 3 minutes
Maximum Elevation: 70°
Approach: 69° above SSE
Departure: 10° above ENE

2018-10-30 ISS Sighting

SpotTheStation - Sightings for Marysville - Tue, 10/16/2018 - 01:34
Date: Tuesday Oct 30, 2018
Time: 7:01 AM
Duration: 4 minutes
Maximum Elevation: 28°
Approach: 21° above WNW
Departure: 11° above NE

Crestline mayor to step down after being caught on video using racial slur

Channel 10 news - Mon, 10/15/2018 - 17:04

CRESTLINE, Ohio – The mayor of the Village of Crestline plans to step down at the end of the week, it was learned at a village council meeting on Monday.

After three public speakers at the council meeting called for his resignation, Allen Moore told the chambers he was intending to step down from his position of mayor at the end of the week.

Earlier this month, Moore issued a public apology for language he admits was "hurtful."

The mayor was caught on police body camera repeatedly using the "N word." His statements came during a conversation with Crestline's Chief of Police. Chief Joe Butler filed a complaint July 23.

He alleged Moore had repeatedly used the "N word" in his presence, and that he had captured the mayor's slurs on his police body camera.

Crestline hired an outside attorney to investigate the claims. In a written report to Crestline leaders, the attorney said he had viewed the video, and confirmed the chief's allegations. He says the video shows the mayor using the "N word" four times.

Mayor Moore released a written apology, saying he was only repeating stories, "the original language told to him."

Moore wrote, "I do understand this language, regardless of context, is hurtful. I truly apologize for my error in repeating the words spoken by others 45 years ago."

Earlier this month, all six members of the Crestline city council signed an open letter to the community calling for Moore's immediate resignation.

Initially, village administrator John Rostash said the mayor would undergo cultural sensitivity training.

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Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen dies at 65

Channel 10 news - Mon, 10/15/2018 - 16:46

SEATTLE (AP) — Paul G. Allen, who co-founded Microsoft with his childhood friend Bill Gates before becoming a billionaire philanthropist who invested in conservation, space travel and professional sports, died Monday. He was 65.

His death was announced by his company, Vulcan Inc.

Earlier this month Allen announced that the non-Hodgkin's lymphoma that he was treated for in 2009 had returned and he planned to fight it aggressively.

"While most knew Paul Allen as a technologist and philanthropist, for us he was a much-loved brother and uncle, and an exceptional friend," said his sister, Jody Allen, in a statement.

Allen, who was an avid sports fan, owned the Portland Trail Blazers and the Seattle Seahawks.

Allen and Gates met while attending a private school in north Seattle. The two friends would later drop out of college to pursue the future they envisioned: A world with a computer in every home.

Gates so strongly believed it that he left Harvard University in his junior year to devote himself full-time to his and Allen's startup, originally called Micro-Soft. Allen spent two years at Washington State University before dropping out as well.

They founded the company in Albuquerque, New Mexico, and their first product was a computer language for the Altair hobby-kit personal computer, giving hobbyists a basic way to program and operate the machine.

After Gates and Allen found some success selling their programming language, MS-Basic, the Seattle natives moved their business in 1979 to Bellevue, Washington, not far from its eventual home in Redmond.

Microsoft's big break came in 1980, when IBM Corp. decided to move into personal computers and asked Microsoft to provide the operating system.

Gates and company didn't invent the operating system. To meet IBM's needs, they spent $50,000 to buy one known as QDOS from another programmer, Tim Paterson. Eventually the product, refined by Microsoft — and renamed DOS, for Disk Operating System — became the core of IBM PCs and their clones, catapulting Microsoft into its dominant position in the PC industry.

The first versions of two classic Microsoft products, Microsoft Word and the Windows operating system, were released in 1983. By 1991, Microsoft's operating systems were used by 93 percent of the world's personal computers.

The Windows operating system is now used on most of the world's desktop computers, and Word is the cornerstone of the company's prevalent Office products.

Microsoft was thrust onto the throne of technology and soon Gates and Allen became billionaires.

With his sister Jody Allen in 1986, he founded Vulcan, the investment firm that oversees his business and philanthropic efforts. He founded the Allen Institute for Brain Science and the aerospace firm Stratolaunch, which has built a colossal airplane designed to launch satellites into orbit. He has also backed research into nuclear-fusion power.

Allen later joined the list of America's wealthiest people who pledged to give away the bulk of their fortunes to charity. In 2010, he publicly pledged to give away the majority of his fortune, saying he believed "those fortunate to achieve great wealth should put it to work for the good of humanity."

When he released his 2011 memoir, "Idea Man," he allowed 60 Minutes inside his home on Lake Washington, across the water from Seattle, revealing collections that ranged from the guitar Jimi Hendrix played at Woodstock to vintage war planes and a 300-foot yacht with its own submarine.

Allen served as Microsoft's executive vice president of research and new product development until 1983, when he resigned after being diagnosed with cancer.

"To be 30 years old and have that kind of shock — to face your mortality — really makes you feel like you should do some of the things that you haven't done yet," Allen said in a 2000 book, "Inside Out: Microsoft in Our Own Words," published to celebrate 25 years of Microsoft.

His influence is firmly imprinted on the cultural landscape of Seattle and the Pacific Northwest, from the bright metallic Museum of Pop Culture designed by architect Frank Gehry to the computer science center at the University of Washington that bears his name.

In 1988 at the age of 35, he bought the Portland Trail Blazers professional basketball team. He told The Associated Press that "for a true fan of the game, this is a dream come true."

He also was a part owner of the Seattle Sounders FC, a major league soccer team, and bought the Seattle Seahawks. Allen could sometimes be seen at games or chatting in the locker room with players.

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"I could've killed you": Columbus officer responding to call finds boys with realistic-looking BB gun

Channel 10 news - Mon, 10/15/2018 - 16:28

“This is getting kids killed all over the country."

Those are the first words heard in a video released by Columbus Police Monday from a Saturday incident involving an 11- and 13-year-old black children.

According to a social media post by police, the incident involved Officer Peter Casuccio, who was called to a gun run Saturday evening. The location was not released.

The two boys were in possession of a BB gun and the officer said on the video when he arrived he drew his weapon on the boys.

Officer Casuccio is later shown talking to the mother of the 11-year-old, saying he drew on the boys when he arrived on the scene.

“I pulled up and I’m not gonna lie, I drew down on them. He freaks out and he starts to pull the gun out of his waistband.”

“He coulda shot you for that, you know that?” the mother is heard saying.

“I don’t know it was a BB gun until it hit the sidewalk,” Casuccio said.

“Regardless of what people say about the dudes wearing this uniform, we care.”

The video ends with Casuccio final thoughts:

“The last thing I ever want to do is shoot an 11-year-old, man. Because your life hasn’t even gotten started yet and it could have ended because I wouldn’t have missed. I could have killed you. I want to think about tonight when you go to bed. You could be gone. Everything you want to do in this life could have been over.”

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Marion County elections director facing questions about email use

Channel 10 news - Mon, 10/15/2018 - 15:24

Early voting is already underway in Ohio. To ensure the sanctity of each vote, the Board of Elections in each county is half Democrats, half Republicans.

At the Marion County Board of Elections, that goes as far as double locks on the workroom and ballot closet.

"The Democrat lock and Republican lock," explains John Meyer, Director of the Marion County Board of Elections. "So physically it's impossible for any one person or party to get access to anything that could affect the vote without the other being here." But some are questioning that neutrality, based on public records obtained by 10TV.

Meyer, a Republican, has been cc'ing Republican party leaders on interoffice emails. Whether they're going to Board members or office staff, they're also going to the Marion County Republican Party.

"It's not a big deal," said Meyer. "To me, everything that goes on in here is public information."

He says he's simply honoring a standing verbal public records request from the local Republican leadership.

Glenn McEntyre: "You don't automatically cc any Democratic Party officials on your correspondence?"
John Meyer: "If they request it, I do"
Meyer says the Democratic Party hasn't made such a request.
Glenn McEntyre: "Some question whether automatically cc'ing your party leaders on office correspondence gives them an edge."
John Meyer: "I understand. And you're right. But if Kelly wants a copy, just tell me and I'll copy her on everything."

He's referring to Kelly Carr, the County Democratic Party Chair. She calls even the appearance of impropriety concerning.

"My main concern is the distrust that the voters could probably get from this. I think they need to know that they're being represented and their votes count," Carr said.

In an August 5 email to the Republican Party Chair, Meyer writes of setting up a Dropbox file sharing channel for "back-end" communications.

Glenn McEntyre: "What are you talking about by 'back-end communications?'"
John Meyer: "Stuff about (Republican) Central Committee, not stuff related to the office. I know it sounds ominous, but it's not an ominous thing."
Glenn McEntyre: "It's from your office email."
John Meyer: "I know. and I did it on a Sunday afternoon at home. Yeah, probably shouldn't have used office email. I was in it, it was there, I was reading these other emails and I sent it. It was a one-time thing."
Carr is asking the Marion County Prosecutor to investigate whether any law has been broken.
"If you're working and doing political stuff on taxpayer dollars, that is a misuse of funds," she said.
Meyer says his actions are all above-board, and he has nothing to hide.
Glenn McEntyre: "So what do you say to anybody who has questions or concerns?"
John Meyer: "Please come in, sit down, have a cup of coffee, it's always here. Let's talk about it. Let me show you how I run the office."

We asked Meyer if he would do anything differently.

He says he regrets sending one party-related email from his county email account.

He also says from now on, he will "cc" the county Democratic chair on any emails he sends to the Republican party.

The Ohio Secretary of State's office tells 10TV "this appears to be a local matter that the Board needs to resolve internally."

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A look at possible downtown location for new Crew SC stadium

Channel 10 news - Mon, 10/15/2018 - 14:38

Fans just found out there is a deal in the works to keep the Crew SC in Columbus. With that news, the MLS announced that would mean a new stadium as well.

There are two, large undeveloped parcels directly adjacent to Huntington Park downtown.

One of the property owners says he has been approached about this possibly being the site of a new Crew stadium.

Martin Savko from Savko & Sons said he was alerted a couple weeks ago that a deal was in the works to keep the Crew SC in Columbus and was asked if the family would be willing to sell their land.

Savko says they are more than happy to talk about a property sale and think it's great that others have stepped up to keep the team in Columbus.

He believes an actual stadium would be placed on property adjacent to what his company owns and their property may be used for facilities to support the stadium.

Savko says this is all in a very early stage, they have not talked about any specifics of a deal just yet.

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First freeze of the season expected overnight in central Ohio

Channel 10 news - Mon, 10/15/2018 - 14:23

The first freeze of the season is forecast to hit the area tonight. Freeze Warnings and Frost Advisories are slated to go into effect overnight which means that sensitive plants will be killed or damaged if not cared for properly.

Freeze Warnings will be in effect in Madison, Clark, Champaign, Logan, Hardin, Union, Delaware, Marion, Morrow, Wyandot, Crawford, Fairfield, Licking, Knox, Richland, Perry, Muskingum and Coshocton counties.

Frost Advisories will be in effect in Franklin, Pickaway, Fayette, Highland, Ross, Vinton, Hocking, Athens, Morgan, Noble and Guernsey counties.

Temperatures tonight are forecast to drop into the low and mid-30s tonight. If you’re wondering how we can have frost with temperatures above freezing you need to take into account how the temperature readings are taken.

Temperatures are typically taken five feet above the ground (sensors are to be placed four to six feet above the ground). That means the air just off the surface of the Earth could be dropping into the mid-30s.

At the surface, the temperature can drop a little further, especially when the winds are light. So even though the thermometer may read the mid-30s it’s actually into the low-30s at the surface where plants live and where frost forms.

If you want to protect your sensitive plants bring them inside or cover them with a sheet or newspaper, do not use plastic. Try to do this before the sun sets in order to retain as much heat as possible.

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Major closure coming to Dublin drivers this weekend

Channel 10 news - Mon, 10/15/2018 - 14:06

Work is being done to improve the roundabout at SR-161 and Riverside Drive in Dublin.

Drivers may have already noticed overnight lane restrictions from 7 p.m. to 6 a.m. at the intersection this week. That overnight work will continue through Thursday, October 18.

The biggest impact will come Friday, October 19 at 8 p.m. when the SR-161/Riverside Dr intersection closes for the weekend. Crews anticipate the intersection will reopen at 5 a.m. Monday, October 22.

According to a statement on the city’s website, this work was intentionally scheduled “for a time that presents the least amount of disruption for drivers and the safest environment for the workers.”

Suggested detours


  • South – Bypass remains open for thru traffic
  • West – Emerald Parkway to Dublin Road to access the Historic District
  • East – John Shields Parkway to Dale Drive to SR-161


  • Hayden Run Road to Sawmill Road to SR-161 to Dale Drive to John Shields Parkway to northbound Riverside Drive
  • Hayden Run Road to Dublin Road to Frantz Road to SR-161


  • North High Street to Emerald Parkway to Riverside Drive to John Shields Parkway to Dale Drive to SR-161


  • Dale Drive to John Shields Parkway to northbound Riverside Drive to Emerald Parkway to Dublin Road to SR-161

Should weather become an issue, city leaders state on their website that the closure will be postponed to the following weekend, Friday, October 26 through Monday, October 29.

After the work is complete, northbound drivers will utilize a new traffic pattern.

New northbound configuration:

  • Left lane – left turn or straight thru
  • Center lane – Straight only
  • Right turn only

The city also states that in addition to the lane assignment changes, drivers can also expect improved pavement markings and signage at the intersection.

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United Airlines to offer nonstop flights between Columbus and San Francisco

Channel 10 news - Mon, 10/15/2018 - 12:24

United Airlines announced the addition of daily nonstop flights from John Glenn Columbus International Airport (CMH) to San Francisco International Airport (SFO) beginning in June.

“United Airlines’ announcement of CMH-SFO service is another win for the Columbus Region secured by the airport’s air service development team with support from Columbus 2020,” said Joseph R. Nardone, President & CEO of the Columbus Regional Airport Authority. “The San Francisco service provides additional critical nonstop flights to the West Coast which will boost the region’s strong business ties and provide an important United connection to Asia.”

San Francisco will be United's sixth nonstop destination served from John Glenn International.

The first flight from SFO to CMH departs the evening of June 6 while the first flight from CMH to SFO departs the next morning on June 7.

Flights are available for booking at United.com.

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City of Columbus shuts down 5th crime-plagued carryout this year

Channel 10 news - Mon, 10/15/2018 - 12:13

COLUMBUS — A troubled carryout that has prompted more than 150 police runs since 2016 for drug dealing, violent assault, armed robbery and prostitution has been shut down, according to the Columbus City Attorney.

The city secured an emergency restraining order against the business Monday morning. It is the fifth carryout the City Attorney’s office has shut down this year by filing nuisance abatement lawsuits in the Franklin County Environmental Court.

Beechwood Market located at 3796 East Livingstone Avenue was boarded up after coming under police surveillance following community complaints about illegal narcotics activity at the premises.

The owner of record, IAS Brothers Holdings LLC, and its statutory agent, Same T. Husein, also were cited for violating city building and zoning codes after converting the property from a bar to a retail carryout without proper zoning clearance. The caity said the business also added a drive-thru without proper approval.

The City Attorney’s complaint describes the market as being part of a “hub of criminal activity,” and sits directly across the street from Lounge 13, a nightclub that the city shut down last year.

According to court documents:

  • On July 16, 2017, the Columbus Police Division's assault squad responded to a felony assault in which the victim was stabbed multiple times after reportedly being involved in an altercation at the premises.
  • On August 24, 2017, police confiscated crack cocaine, marijuana and oxycodone hydrochloride from three males sitting in a vehicle in the parking lot.
  • On October 1, 2017, police approached a group of males loitering in front of the premises, causing one of them to flee. The suspect was subsequently apprehended and found to have a loaded firearm and a bag of marijuana.
  • November 2017, officers approached another group of males who had been standing at the premises “for a long period of time.” They reportedly admitted to smoking crack, with one of the individuals stating he goes to the Beechwood Market to purchase drugs “from whoever is standing out there that day.”
  • On March 9, 2018, officers recovered a small bag of marijuana and a bag of cocaine from inside a vehicle parked at the premises.
  • June 2018, an ongoing covert police investigation led to the purchase of 35.6 grams of crack cocaine at the premises.
  • On July 10, 2018, officers observed a vehicle parked at the premises. Upon noticing the officers, a male leaning into the vehicle immediately went into the store while the driver backed out of the parking lot, hitting a patrol officer’s bike. Officers detained the driver, recovering $2,300 in cash, a bag of marijuana and ammunition from the car. That same day, police officials sent a certified letter to the property owner and the carryout operator notifying them of the pending investigation and the illegal narcotics activity occurring at the premises. The letter outlined their responsibility to stop the illegal activity or become subject to a nuisance abatement complaint. Both letters were signed as received.
  • August 2018, police made several covert purchases of illicit drugs and arrested a known drug dealer who was wanted, and eventually extradited, on seven felony arrest warrants in South Carolina. During the arrest, officers confiscated crack cocaine and marijuana from his person. Also in August, police charged a store clerk with selling alcohol to a minor from the market’s drive thru. The criminal case is pending.
  • On October 4, 2018, officers responded to an armed robbery at the premises and found a victim who said he was held up at gunpoint by three men in front of the store. Officers recovered a handgun holster and a magazine with bullets from the scene
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Baldwin urges 'overthrow' of Trump government via voting

Channel 10 news - Mon, 10/15/2018 - 11:52

MANCHESTER, N.H. (AP) — Actor Alec Baldwin followed up his latest parody portrayal of President Donald Trump with a serious call Sunday night for voters to use the Nov. 6 midterm elections to peacefully "overthrow" the government.

After reprising his role as Trump on "Saturday Night Live," Baldwin flew to New Hampshire, where he was the keynote speaker at the New Hampshire Democratic Party's annual fall fundraising dinner.

"The way we implement change in America is through elections. We change governments here at home in an orderly and formal way," he said. "In that orderly and formal way and lawful way, we need to overthrow the government of the United States under Donald Trump."

The White House did not immediately respond to a request for comment Sunday night.

Baldwin said on issue after issue, Republicans are destroyers, not builders.

"There is a small cadre of people currently in power who are hell-bent on continuing a malicious immigration policy that has set this country up for human rights violations charges by the global community. This cadre has looted money from the federal treasury and deposited it directly into the bank accounts of their most ardent political supporters," he said.

He said Republicans "shrug" when it comes to gun violence, "spit in the face" at the rest of the world at the notion of changing outdated energy policies and offer neither hope nor solutions to people of color "who seek a decent seat at the American economic table but instead are issued a prison term, or worse, a bullet."

The recent confirmation of Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh showed that Republicans view women as undeserving as the same constitutional protections as men, Baldwin said.

"They themselves are sons, husbands, fathers, and yet when the time arrived in the thick of the #metoo movement to set politics aside and establish that women's rights were more important than political expediency, they failed and it was ugly," he said.

Several of the political leaders and candidates who spoke before Baldwin praised survivors of sexual assault who were moved to tell their stories during Kavanaugh's confirmation hearing, saying they should inspire others to speak up and advocate for issues they care about.

"People raising their voices and sharing their experiences is what has been critical for our democracy and our capacity to move forward throughout our history," U.S. Sen. Maggie Hassan said. "As difficult as the Kavanaugh battle was, those moments have been incredibly important and will continue to be as we move forward."

Congressional candidate Chris Pappas echoed that sentiment.

"If we're not hoarse by the time the election rolls around, we're not doing our jobs or we're not paying attention," he said. "It's about raising our voices and what we're all about as a country."

In 2016, U.S. Rep. Annie Kuster went public with her own account of a renowned heart surgeon reaching up her skirt during a business luncheon more than 40 years ago, when she was a young staffer on Capitol Hill.

"I want to say to everyone, to the survivors who have come forward and those who have not, I believe you and you are not alone," Kuster said Sunday.

Baldwin's appearance in the state that holds the first presidential primary came hours before the premiere of his new talk show. "The Alec Baldwin Show," which airs on ABC at 10 p.m., will feature one-on-one conversations with celebrities and cultural icons.

But Baldwin said it won't be overtly political. Asked Sunday if he'd consider running for office himself, he didn't rule it out but joked that his wife would likely divorce him.

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Warren DNA analysis points to Native American heritage

Channel 10 news - Mon, 10/15/2018 - 11:48

BOSTON (AP) — Sen. Elizabeth Warren on Monday released the results of a DNA analysis that she said indicated she has some Native American heritage, a direct rebuttal to President Donald Trump, who has long mocked her ancestral claims and repeatedly referred to her as "Pocahontas."

The Massachusetts Democrat and potential 2020 presidential contender challenged Trump to make good on his pledge to donate $1 million to charity if she provided proof of Native American heritage, a moment that was caught on video. Trump falsely denied ever making the offer.

The analysis was done by Stanford University professor Carlos D. Bustamante, a prominent expert in the field. He concluded that the great majority of Warren's ancestry is European but added that the results "strongly support" the existence of a Native American ancestor.

In his report , Bustamante said he analyzed Warren's sample without knowing the identity of the donor. He concluded that Warren's pure Native American ancestor likely lived six to 10 generations ago, and that it was impossible to determine the individual's tribal connection.

If Warren's Native American ancestry were six generations removed, it could mesh with an 1894 document the New England Genealogical Society previously unearthed suggesting Warren's great-great-great-grandmother, O.C. Sarah Smith, was at least partially Native American, making Warren 1/32nd Native American.

The Boston Globe, which first reported the results of the DNA analysis, noted that if Warren's ancestor were 10 generations removed, she would be only 1/1,024th Native American. Such a finding could potentially further excite her critics instead of placating them.

Warren on Monday also released a video produced by her Senate re-election campaign. In it, she said: "The president likes to call my mom a liar. What do the facts say?"

Bustamante replied: "The facts suggest that you absolutely have Native American ancestry in your pedigree."

The senator released personnel files earlier this year seeking to dispute critics who have charged that the former Harvard Law School professor advanced her law career with a narrative she is a descendant of Cherokee and Delaware tribes.

Warren has denied using her Native American heritage to gain any advantage.

In an email Monday to supporters, Warren said she "never expected the president of the United States to use my family's story as a racist political joke against Native American history, culture, and people — over, and over, and over."

In a tweet directed at Trump, Warren said: "Remember saying on (July 5) that you'd give $1M to a charity of my choice if my DNA showed Native American ancestry?" She went on to request that the president send a check to National Indigenous Women's Resource Center.

At a summer rally in Montana, the president declared that he would give a million dollars to charity, "paid for by Trump," if Warren takes the test "and it shows you're an Indian."

But when asked by reporters Monday, Trump said, "I didn't say that."

In an interview with The Associated Press in 2012, Warren said it was "family lore" that had convinced her of Native American ancestry. She said her mother and father were forced to elope because of her mother's heritage.

Warren faces Republican Geoff Diehl, who co-chaired Trump's Massachusetts presidential campaign, in the Nov. 6 election.

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1 killed in deputy-involved shooting in west Columbus

Channel 10 news - Mon, 10/15/2018 - 10:12

COLUMBUS - One person was killed Monday in an officer-involved shooting in west Columbus.

It happened just before 11:45 a.m. in the Hilltop.

The Franklin County Sheriff's Office says the shooting occurred during a narcotics investigation in the 400 block of S. Wayne Ave.

No deputies were injured, according to the sheriff's office.

The identity of the person killed has not been released at this time. No other information was immediately available.

Stay with 10TV for updates on this developing story.

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WATCH: Urban Meyer press conference | Ohio State vs. Purdue week

Channel 10 news - Mon, 10/15/2018 - 09:20

COLUMBUS -- Ohio State head football coach Urban Meyer addressed the media Monday morning from the Woody Hayes Athletic Center.

Meyer recapped the Buckeyes' 30-14 win over Minnesota and discussed this weekend's primetime matchup against Purdue in West Lafayette.

Watch Meyer's press conference in the video player above.

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Man charged with OVI after crash involving Amish buggy; 5 kids, 2 adults injured

Channel 10 news - Mon, 10/15/2018 - 08:05

ASHLAND, Ohio (AP) — Authorities say a driver in Ohio hit an Amish buggy and injured all seven people in the horse-drawn vehicle.

The State Highway Patrol says Patrick Muscaro failed to maintain a distance and struck the rear of a buggy around 7:30 p.m. Sunday in Sullivan Township near Ashland. The patrol says a man, his wife and five children were thrown from the buggy.

Troopers say the man driving the buggy and two of his children were flown to hospitals with serious injuries. His wife and their other children were taken to a local hospital for treatment.

The patrol says 47-year-old Muscaro, of West Salem, was arrested on a charge of operating a vehicle under the influence. Court records don't show an attorney for him.

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Police: Altercation on highway leads to deadly shooting in southeast Columbus

Channel 10 news - Mon, 10/15/2018 - 07:54

COLUMBUS – One person is dead after a shooting on the southeast side Monday morning, according to police.

The call came in about 9:30 a.m. in the 900 block of Miller Avenue.

According to police, preliminary investigative efforts suggest that two vehicles on I-70 eastbound had a confrontation.

The continued east in I-70 and exited at the Miller/Kelton exit and proceeded southbound on Miller Avenue.

Police say a suspect in a black SUV fired shots at the second vehicle being driven by 24-year-old Taquan Sprinkle, who had been shot.

Sprinkles’ vehicle continued and struck a couple of parked vehicles before coming to a stop.

Police say the suspect SUV turned east on Columbus Street and after striking a parked car, ran into a telephone pole. Two unknown male black suspects fled on foot.

Sprinkle was taken to Grant Medical Center where he succumbed to his injuries and died at 12:53 p.m.

This is the 84th homicide of 2018 in Columbus.

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Hazmat crews respond to Columbus State bookstore for powdery substance

Channel 10 news - Mon, 10/15/2018 - 07:38

COLUMBUS - Columbus State Police are responding to the Columbus State Bookstore after receiving a powdery substance in a box.

Authorities said they received a call around 8:30 a.m. Monday in the 200 block of Cleveland Avenue.

Hazmat crews have removed the substance and believe it was modeling clay. Homeland security will test the substance once again.

Stay with 10TV with 10TV.com on this developing story.

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Ohio's Wildlife Council approves some fishing rules changes

Channel 10 news - Mon, 10/15/2018 - 07:04

COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Ohio's Wildlife Council has approved changes to bag and size limits for fish in some bodies of water.

The council recently approved changes to allow a year-round open season for black bass in the Lake Erie sport fishing district.

Additional changes establish a daily bag limit of one black bass with an 18-inch minimum size limit from May 1 through the fourth Saturday in June. Existing black bass regulations of a five-fish daily limit with a 14-inch minimum size limit still apply at other times of the year.

Other approved changes remove the 30-fish daily bag limit and the 9-inch minimum size limit for crappie at Acton, Clendening, Hargus, Highlandtown, Knox, Madison, Nimisila, Rush Creek, and Springfield lakes and at C.J. Brown, Clear Fork, Griggs, and West Branch reservoirs.

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4 fugitives wanted by parole authorities in Licking County

Channel 10 news - Mon, 10/15/2018 - 06:37

Licking County, OH – The Licking County Crime Stoppers issued a release for four individuals who are wanted by the Adult Probation.

Thirty-year-old Ana Faller is wanted for contempt of court. She was last known to live in Newark but authorities say she could also be homeless. A bench warrant has been issued for her arrest. She’s 5’5” and 175 pounds, with red hair and brown eyes.

Jeremy Zieschang is 39 years old with brown hair and blue eyes. He’s 5’7” and 160 lbs. He was charged in December for using weapons while intoxicated, to which he pleaded guilty. However, the probation office has issued a bench warrant for his arrest Zieschang was last known to be living in Johnstown.

Bryan A. Frye has a lengthy history with the court system with charges in the past several decades ranging from resisting arrest, DUI, and domestic violence. In January 2018, Frye was charged with open container and failure to comply with a police order. He’s 58 years old, 140 lbs. and 5’5” with brown hair and brown eyes. His last address was in Heath.

Isaiah M. Dansby is 22 years old and has a bench warrant for an assault and telecommunication harassment charge that was filed in July 2018. He’s 5’11” and 220 lbs. with black hair and brown eyes. Dansby was last known to be living in Newark.

Anyone with information can call the Licking County Crime Stoppers at 740-349-6888. A special coding system protects the identity of the caller but allows for the reward to be issued at a later time.

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